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Analysis of some parameters for random nodes in priority trees

Abstract : Priority trees are a certain data structure used for priority queue administration. Under the model that all permutations of the numbers 1, . . . , n are equally likely to construct a priority tree of size n we study the following parameters in size-n trees: depth of a random node, number of right edges to a random node, and number of descendants of a random node. For all parameters studied we give limiting distribution results.
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Alois Panholzer. Analysis of some parameters for random nodes in priority trees. Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, DMTCS, 2008, 10 (2), pp.1--37. ⟨hal-00972322⟩

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